I use the volume control on most of my guitars to subtly dial in the gain as needed. The McCarty 594 volume is one of the worst ones I've had for killing or losing the treble, totally changing the sound and EQ. so I'm really convinced I need to put in a treble bleed circuit, but I certainly want to do it carefully. I'm worried that I might affect the coil tap sound too much, because that seems to be a well-designed circuit very functional. I think I just need it on the bridge pickup so I'll just start their. pretty easy experiment, but I'll start with the 180 picofarads capacitor that PRS favors. but if anyone's done it what learnings or results are applicable to the 594 circuit. do we think the resistor in parallel is necessary or useful? Controls the rate of or taper speed of the bleed across the range of motion. I'm assuming Les has probably done it with those x-ray eyes that see through everything.